William Scott


William Scott, ‘Berlin Blues 4’ 1965
Berlin Blues 4 1965
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In Tate St Ives
In Tate Britain
In Tate Britain

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William Scott (15 February 1913 – 28 December 1989) was a British artist, known for still-life and abstract painting. He is the most internationally celebrated of 20th-century Ulster painters.

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William Scott and abstraction

Exploring themes of still-life, landscape and the female nude, while shifting between representation and abstraction


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Abstraction sans frontières

Éric de Chassey

International Exchanges: Modern Art and St Ives 1915-65
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The ambiguous pleasures of Puritanism: William Scott at Tate St Ives

David Anfam

William Scott (1913–1989) is known for his still lifes, landscapes and nudes produced over a 60-year period. A friend ...

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Major Gift to Tate marks William Scott Centenary

26 Oct 2012
Press release: Major Gift to Tate marks William Scott Centenary

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